Food from Ethiopia is traditionally eaten with sourdough flatbread called injera, whereas food from Europe is traditionally eaten with a glove made out of bent forks. Savor international flavors with this Groupon.
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$29.99 for an Ethiopian dinner for two, valid Sunday–Thursday (up to a $64.40 total value)
$29.99 for an Ethiopian dinner for two, valid Friday–Saturday (up to a $64.40 total value)
- Two entrees (up to a $21.95 value each), such as chef’s special tibs, pieces of spice-rubbed lamb; shimbra asa, chickpea dumplings with berbere sauce; and combination platters; view the complete menu
- Two drinks (up to an $8 value each), choice of either honey wine or sangria
- One dessert (up to a $4.50 value), such as baklava or rum cake
Queen of Sheba
For chef and owner Philipos Mengistu, cooking is a family business. He spent much of his childhood in the kitchen of his parents’ restaurant in Addis Ababa, learning recipes that had been passed down for generations. Today, Mengistu pays tribute to that tradition with a menu that includes authentic Ethiopian honey wine, coffee from the plant’s country of origin, and his mother’s own fiery berbere sauce. Plenty of tongue-toasting options abound, from the stewed lamb of the yebeg wot to the zilzil tibs—beef marinated in awaze and red wine. Whether guests prefer their dishes spicy or subtle, they can scoop, share, or not share with savory injera, a sourdough flatbread used as a utensil.
What some people are buzzing about:
88% of 331 customers recommend
“Try the sampler platter it will give you an idea what you can order the next time you go there. The appetizers - Meat samosa's were very good.”
“Nice people, very good prices and good food and drinks. I eat vegetarian food And it was great.”
“interesting food;to be eaten with a pancake but forks if requested”